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, everybody, hope you're off to great day so far, i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. in the top box, brand new information on hurricane danielle, could be the first major storm of the season, we'llty you where it is and where it's headed. jenna: he's accused of going on a deadly serial stabbing spree across three states. court action and what will happen to the suspect now. jon: tea party candidates coming up primary winners but that might actually benefit democrats. why? wheel explain. jenna: we begin today with jobs. more news on the labor market, a little about news -- good news, a little bad news. on the good side we saw fewer americans file for unemployment by about 31,000. the bad news is the amount of americans who actually started to collect claims is still very high. ashley west is joining us from the fox business network. still bad news. >> tough news. we're not breaking out the champagne or confetti any time soon but we're down to 473,000. when you think about it, that's an extremely high number. the problem is, this economy, just can't get going. consider this, the unemployment rat
martha: that's a lovely note to leave the people on! see you tomorrow. jon: and a good wednesday morning to you, i'm jon scott. jenna: eye herve, i'm jenna lee and "happening now" in the top box, plugging the massive leak in the gulf, so far, is working, but the job is not done yet, what's the next step in we have that for you. jon: the middle box was it an assassination attempt on iran's president or a firecracker going off? we'll have the latest on the reported attack on mahmoud ahmadinejad. jenna: in the bottom box, making up to break up, bristol palin breaking off her ain geajment to levi johnston, again, why she's calling it quits from the people who broke that story. we're live in the fox news room where breaking news is coming from across the world, the domestic desk, covering the united states desk, the world desk bringing in events from around the globe and the media desk bringing in the pictures. >>> that's it from bp, sealing a -- sealing the leak, declaring the static kill a success. kris gutierrez, the static kill is working so far? >> it is working, jenna. we're kin
! jenna: hi everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. "happening now". in the top box, the nationwide egg recall now gets even bigger. how safe is our food supply? exactly who is responsible for keeping an eye on it? jen great questions there. in the middle box, brand new details emerging about that escaped prison inmate in colorado. turns out he's done this kind of thing before. why police say he's now extremely dangerous. jon: in the bottom box, you heard of drug sniffing dogs. how about cell phone sniffing dogs? why they are doing it, and where. we're here in the fox newsroom, breaking news is coming in right now from across the country and around the world, our domestic desk covers the u.s., our foreign desk, watching events around the world, and our media desk is charged with bringing in all the video and live pictures so we can bring them to you, 24 hours a day. jenna: at any moment now, we're expecting a new document dump from the website wickileaks, in a recent twitter post, the site announcing it plans to release a top secret cia document today. in the meantime, the site's fo
's vacation photo helped nab the guy stealing their stuff. >> i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. cops call it another case of homegrown terror. three canadian citizens charged with plotting bombings in their own country and trying to fund attacks on american and canadian troops in afghanistan. another suspect, a former contestant on canada's version of "american idol." take a look. ♪ i like you the way you are ♪ when we're driving in your car >> jon: besides showing off his dance moves he told judges he was from pakistan. all three suspects are canadian citizens. two living in the capital ottawa. who are how some of the neighbors are reacting to the arrest. >> i have no idea why someone would be arrested for terrorism charges here. never heard of anything like that here. >> everyone around is so nice. i haven't had any problems with none of my neighbors or anything. >> i live in the capital of canada. you know, there is the buildings, the american embassy, there are heaven knows how many possible targets around here, so i don't find it at all surprising that people are plotting bad thi
>> jon: night, on "the fox report," questions of ethics. first, congressman charlie rangel with a new message for voters. >> i discovered some of the mistakes i have made. >> jon: representative rangle isn't the only democrat facing accusations. now the california congresswoman maxine waters with ethical issues of her own. it is a huge piece of president obama's domestic agenda. overhauling health care in america. but now word of a setback for the administration and celebration for critics. the word the administration has been awaiting. >> ladies and gentlemen, lindsey lohan was released from custody this morning. >> she is out of jail after a two week stretch of hard time. she is not free yet. she better be. tonight, the next step for a troubled young starlet. first on fox tonight, democrats in trouble just days after investigators revealed ethics charges against new york congressman charlie rangel, we received word a house panel has now charged california representative maxine waters with ethics violations. but investigators have been checking whether waters illegally hel
'm much better off of the air guitar. rick: "happening now" starts right now. martha: see you monday. jon: hello, happy friday to you, i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody i'm jenna leave. happening right now in the top box, multiple bombs killing multiple troops in afghanistan today. the carnage adding to a bloody month in the war. is the taliban gaining ground and getting stronger, a closer look. jon: in the middle box a hurricane with cat 4 winds reaching up to 155 miles per hour. we'll tell you where the monster storm is headed. jenna: roger clemens charged with lying to congress about using steroids, what kind of trouble is he actually facing. we're here in the fox newsroom where breaking news is coming in from across the country and the world. watching events around the world and the media desk bringing in all the video and live pictures 24-7. jon: we begin today with fox news alert. federal chairman ben bernanke speaking moments ago saying if the economy deteriorates more the fed may intervene. it shows the u.s. economy growing much slower in the second quarter than first reported.
. >> what's been satisfying is seeing how resilient the mrn people. >> jon: some in the press applauded others called it a campaign stop. >> we will not comply. >> jon: reaction in arizona when a judge shuts down most of a new illegal immigration law. so, what's the media reaction? more backlash from exposing liberal media manipulation by the members of journal list and questions arrived by more ethics by "the washington post" and after accusing fox news of being racist, howard dean gets schooled in the facts. >> did now that, sir? >> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller. bill salmon, jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation, and news day columnist elliss henican. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> the battlefield consequences of the release of these documents are potentially severe and dangerous for our troops, our allies and afghan partners and may well damage our relationships and reputation in at that key part of the world. intelligence sources and methods, as well as military tactics, techniques and procedures will become known to
jon: a fox news alert, "happening now" the man suspected of being a serial killer is in an atlanta courtroom. i'm jon scott along with jenna lee. police nabbing elias abuelazm wednesday night at an airport gate. he is an israeli national picked up as he tried to board a flight to israel. he's suspected in the stabbing deaths of five people and attacking 13 people across three states. what is the purpose of this court hearing that is just getting underway, jonathan. >> reporter: this is going to be an extradition hearing. shortly after his arrest authorities were holding him at the folton -- fulton county jail in atlanta. authorities in flint, michigan want to bring him back to their state to face at least one count in connection with one of the stabbing incidents there. they arrest that additional charges will be leveled against him. but he also faces potential charges in at least virginia, and potentially ohio in connection with some stabbing incidents there. and so it's unclear whether he would be extradited to all three states, that he would be moved to all three states to face
martha: see you tomorrow. bill "happening now" starts right now. jon: a good tuesday morning to you, i'm jon scott. jengen hi everybody, i'm jenna lee and "happening now", they were just talking about it, a category four monster targeting the east coast, brand new information on hurricane earl, where it's heading and do you need an evacuation plan? live at the fox weather center. jon: terror arrests on an overseas flight originating in the u.s., two yemeni men suspected of conspiracy to commit terrorist attacks. what tipped off authorities? jenna: catherine herridge has that story. and a major war on drugs as mexico nabs a drug king pin, how they caught him after a year-long man hunt. an incredible story. we're here in the fox news room, where breaking news is coming from across the country and around the world today, the domestic desk covering the u.s., the foreign desk watching events unfold and media desk bringing in all the video and live pictures, 24/7. jon: new national security concerns this morning as two yemeni citizens are arrested in amsterdam, prosecutors calling them su
i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott, "happening now", the hunt for two convicted killers after a dramatic prison break, where police thinks the guys are now. jenna: lindsey lohan gets out of jail after serving two weeks but not a free woman yet. where she is now. jon: seems a really big fence not doing the trick, the major changes sarah palin makes after a writer penned about a -- penning a book moves in next door. we have breaking news from around the world and around the country, our domestic desk, keeping an eye on the u.s., the foreign desk watching events around the globe and media desk bringing in all the pictures and live video feeds, 24/7, we'll have them for you on "happening now". jenna: we'll get to greta on that health care story out of virginia. meantime, to another top story today, general david petraeus fine-tuning the strategy for u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan, the general emphasizing the importance of working with and protecting civilians and stretting the need to root out corruption as well. mike emanuel is live at the pentagon. what are the points of em
with breaking news, jon! jon: that's the way we like it. jenna: hi everybody, welcome to thursday's edition of "happening now", i'm jenna lee, along with jon scott. on same sex marriage, an appeal is expected to go into the ninth circuit court, this after a judge rules california's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. that decision, sparking huge reaction across the country. claudia cowen is live in san francisco with more on this. claudia, are people lining up to tie the knot quite yet? >> reporter: not yet, jen gentleman, because they can't, for all intents and purposes, proposition eight is in effect, pending that appeal as you mentioned to the ninth circuit court, so today lawyers on both sides are going to be delivering arguments to the judge either in favor of or opposed to allowing gay weddings to resume, and tomorrow we expect the judge to rule on this very critical question of if and when the state will stop enforcing the ban on gay marriage in california. jenna: supporters of prop eight, what are they saying about this? >> reporter: they are speaking out, very angry about yest
i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott, "happening now", he's accused of terrorizing people across three states, police say his attacks are more and more violent. copping think they've nabd the so-called serial killer. how they got man and where he was headed. jenna: democratic congressman charlie rangel is speaking out this hour. what will he say about the tics charges against him and his plans for reelection? jon: in the bottom box, killer flooding in iowa, some spots under 5 feet of water and the danger is not over yet. we're here in the fox newsroom, breaking news is coming in here from across the country and around the globe, our domestic desk, covering the united states, foreign desk, watching events around the world and our media desk, there to bring you video and live pictures, 24 hours a day. jenna: right now, our troops are preparing for the next big deadline in the iraq war, president obama has called for combat troops to withdraw by september 1st, and the rest by the and of next year, but in a few knew reports, the papparazzi general raising questions about the possibility of
right now. see you tomorrow. bill: see you tomorrow, everybody. jon: and good tuesday morning to you! i'm jon scott. jenna: hi everybody, i'm jenna lee. "happening now" in the top box, a new mosque, steps from ground zero, a crucial vote. the battle isn't over. what's next in the debate? jon: in the middle box, six teams out on a family outing, drowned in the red river. how did it happen? jenna: a sad story. in the bottom box, the blame game, who president obama is blaming for the country's economic prorks and why other democrats may actually join'. we're here in the fox news room, where breaking news is coming in from across the country and around the world. the domestic desk, covering the u.s., the foreign desk, watching events around the world, and the media desk, bringing in all the video and live pictures, 24/7. jon: a fox news alert for you now, a deadly workplace shooting in connecticut, a man opening fire at a manchester beer distributor. police confirmed the gunman killed multiple people, but the shooter is now dead, the gunfire is over, and the investigation just beginning. la
. dan is in jeaneau, alaska, working this story for us. jon: authorities are zeroing in on montana in the manhunt for an arizona prison escapee and suspected accomplice. they say john mccluskey and his fiancee/cousin fashion themselves as a modern bonnie and clyde. they may be mere glacier national park. adam housley is on this story for us. >> reporter: authorities believe that mccluskey and welch could be headed towards canada. there might be some connection with white supremacists in the area. in an interview when we heard authorities talking about that in arizona that was mentioned. there they are. mccluskey is 45, welsh 43-year-old. coinses and accomplices, the last two who have been on the run for a week and a half. we put a map together. allegedly back on the 30th of july casslyn and welch through wires over the fence to three men who cut their way out. renwick went north to rifle, colorado and a day and a half later was captured after a short car chase. they believe the others went east where they stole a car, killed an elderly couple then burned them, according to authorit
today, we'll see you tomorrow. "happening now" starts now. jon: good morning, a happy tuesday to you, i'm jon scott. jenna: great to have you back, jon, we missed you! hi everybody, i'm jenna lee. house republican leader john boehner taking direct shot at president obama today, blasting his economic polices, calling them job killers and demanding the immediate resignation of the president's economic team, starting with secretary tim geithner and larry summers, head of the national economic council. there's a lot to that story, we're going to get to it in a moment. jon: see what develops out of that. >>> also, we are heading to the white house now for a briefing. bill burton, deputy white house press secretary, is going to be introducing john brennan, the president's counterterrorism adviser. the situation is increase, topic one. jen we're going too know increase, topic one. jenna: we're going to get to that, and awaiting comments from the president while on vacation. in the meantime, other top stories, on the massive egg recall that's really been developing over the last several days, f
to you, i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna leer, and "happening now" in the top box, the pentagon demanding a website return leaked military documents. what happens? we'll ask the pentagon secretary. jon: take a look at one of the country's terrorist enemies, the fbi says this man knows the united states far too well, the fear is he'll try to put that knowledge to use in his new job with al-qaeda. >> in the bottom box, the n ntsb investigating a deadly school bus crash, we're going to talk to an officer who was that the that scene, we are here in the fox news room where breaking news is coming in from across the canada around the world, the domestic desk covering the u.s., the foreign desk watching events around the world and meet -- and the media desk bringing in the video, 24/7. that brings us to july's unemployment number, staying at 9 1/2%, overall we lost 131,000 jobs, reflecting a loss mainly of government jobs, due to the census workers. but the private sector added about 71,000 jobs, and this is what the administration is pointing to as a positive amongst all these figures
, fellow new american foundation and senior correspondent for public radio, juan williams. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now >> . >> jamie: i think many times i could have did things slightly differently. i will say i watch a lot of cable tv and you don't have to watch long to get frustrated by some of what's said. and i think that's what that answer is for that. >> jon: press secretary robert gibbs this week admitting he's frustrated by criticism from what he calls the professional left. his comments raising questions about his future at the white house. the attacks on gibbs follow his remarks in the hill newspaper in which he says liberals who have compared barack obama to george bush are in need of drug testing. gibbs went on to say they will be satisfied when we have canadian health care and we've eliminated the pentagon. that's not reality. and they wouldn't be satisfied if dennis kucinich was president. well, the liberal media reacted. this from msnbc's keith olbermann. >> and now a special comment from what i suppose is also part of the professional left. it's hard to
piracy. i don't know how we got there. and so jon favreau, the director of "iron man 2" and "iron man 1" and the director of "elf" which has nothing to do with this. [laughter] tavis: yes? >> and of all things, he saw me on here talking to you on one of the days when you were coherent allowing me to be whoever i am and we had really quite a good time, you and i, that particular day and he went to one of the other producers of "iron man" and said do you think shandling can play the senator? i saw him on tavis smiley. i just assume he thinks you were probably busy. or he would have had something for you. i don't know how you can -- tavis: i'm about to ask that question. he saw the two of us engaged in dialogue. you got a call from favreau. i did not. what happened here? >> i didn't bring a shrink along but i think you should see somebody. i can see that it is going to be writhing on you. i think i would guess that in general, although i think you could play a senator. you can play a senator. and he -- he called me up because i did the d.v.d. and then i went to hawaii because you know i go
angeles, adam housley, fox news. >> i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. wikileaks may be getting ready to release more u.s. military secrets much that's the concern of the pentagon tonight after a new file popped up on the whistle blower web site. the defense department calling on wikileaks to not release anymore documents and return the ones it's already posted. >> concerned about these documents is what they expose about how our forces protect themselves, how they go about their business, how they cultivate sources, who those sources are. who the afghans are who are putting their lives on the line to cooperate with us to try to make afghanistan a safer and more secure place. >> right now, that new file is locked. another whistle blower operation speculates wikileaks posted it now in case someone tries to take down the site or take out its founder. mike emanuel live at the pentagon. mike, what do we know about this new file? >> jon, it's 1.4 gigabytes, 20 times larger than the afghan war document
the scooter store for free information today. >> jon: for most of us it's hard to imagine that hurricane katrina was five years ago. it shredded the coast and left 80% of new orleans underwater and resulted in the deaths of 1800 people. it changed the national media's role in shining a spotlight on the horrific conditions facing residents and the difficulties in getting assistance to that ravaged part of the country. newspapers tried to get help with headlines likes this. in biloxi, help us now. it gets worse. in new orleans, catastrophic and the mississippi press, gone, we lost everything. we also watched live coverage of very emotional reporters. >> what they've done they've locked them in there. the government said you go here and you'll get help. you go in that superdome and you'll get help. they didn't get help. they got locked in there and they watched people getting killed around them and elderly people not getting medicine. we've told them repeatedly over and over every day. >> jon: did that kind of coverage mark a turn 'point? let's start with the self-described white guy, ellis
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tonight and thank you very much for joining us. what a show. oscar winning actor jon voight. he's here to talk to us about the power of the tea party, what he has seen firsthand. also, an incredible story, one that quite frankly, if you made this stuff up, nobody would believe it. but it's a powerful story that is true about politics, ethics and some of the most incredible stories and some that aren't pleasant to talk about, but we're going to find out what happened behind the scenes when andrew and sherry young tell us the story as they were witnesses to john edwards undoing. that's also going to be on our show and andrew's wren a book called "the politician" what about this nuclear treaty that's just been signed this week. former advisor to three presidents, kt mcfarland will be here, we'll talk about does it make you safer or not and by popular demand, kelly wright is back with us, he and the little rockers will rock your world with a steve miller classic. all of that tonight on huckabee. glad to have you with us. [applause] tonight we also have tragic news. many of you may remember
and really kind of nerve-racking story. jon metz, the guy from just outside hartford, connecticut, working in his basement one day trying to clean out his furnace got his arm stuck in there, stuck three days, infection set in. he attempted to cut off his own arm to save his life and free himself. jon is doing remarkably well. he's going to give us an update on his condition and some exciting news for him in just a little while. >>> later on on "today's money 911" our panel of experts will help you reduce your debt to mortgage questions. all of that and more coming up on "today's money 911." >>> we have a lot to get to. let's go inside. carl quintanilla filling in for ann at the news desk. he has the headlines. >>> good morning to you, matt. good morning, everybody. thousands of uncounted absentee ballots could hold the key to tuesday's biggest primary surprise. the alaska republican senate primary. sarah palin backed underdog joe miller, a slim lead over lisa murkows murkowski. senator john mccain survived a tough challenge by j.d. hayworth. also in arizona ben quayle, the son of former vi
the disease, nearly half a million new cases are expected this year. tonight, dr. jon lapook has the results of a new study, including new tests that may help predict who will get alzheimer's. >> i'll forget the names of movies, a friend's name, sometimes the day of the week. (laughs) . >> reporter: 76-year-old barbara gauthier admit she is has senior moments. she's taking part in an alzheimer's study because, if it's something worse, she wants to know. in alzheimer's, brain changes likely occur at least ten years before memory loss. proteins called amyloid and tau are thought to short circuit communication between nerve cells and destroy brain tissue. spinal fluid drawn from the back can reveal certain combinations of those proteins typical for the disease. >> alzheimer's is a slowly developing disease and it starts out when we're perfectly normal and gradually develops over a period of years and years of time. >> reporter: today's study in the "archives of neurology" not only found those telltale signs or biomarkers in the spinal fluid of 90% of patients with the disease, they also found t
the defenders and chris kozlowski takes advantage. later in the half a stop by jon busch and tim ward comes flying to deny them again. the quake beat the galaxy 1-0. still to come which nba player has a golf swing worse than charles barkley and team usa gears up for the world championship. more sports next. ,, [ female announcer ] why choose between delicious or 100 calories? ♪ with yoplait delights, now you can finally have both. ♪ it's the perfect parfait, with two indulgently rich layers of chocolate and raspberry yogurt and only 100 calories. yoplait delights. get rid of the "or." last january... number one... they'll host san jose state in their season opener two weeks . >>> alabama will start the season where they finished it last january at no. 1. they'll host san jose state in their season opener two weeks from tonight. >>> the ohio state is no. 2. boise state finally gets some respect. they're ranked third. florida and texas round off the preseason top five. >>> coach k and team usa tuning up for next week's world championships. they turn up lithuania with the half, got it toge
of the business community. >> how about the -- >> cheryl: charlie? >> how about the jon corzine example? maybe one of the worst politicians ever. ran new jersey in the ground nearry. he ran goldman sachs for many years. he got elect and spent his money, $60 million. they thought he would do a great job with the economy but look what happened in new jersey. as much as i like businessmen going to office, sometimes the two don't compute. >> cheryl: to your point, jon corzine was a democrat. look how it worked in out new jersey. chris christie is now there. these are people creating jobs in the private sector and they know business. maybe we need more business in government and say goodbye to barney frank. >> we need more business everywhere. mark, i hate to say this, but your comment shows a clear lack of understanding of business. here is why. you keep cash on the balance sheet in you think the ceos want to hoard cash? what do you do with cash at the end of the day? you pay tax on it. they want to get the tax the heck off the balance sheet. >> no, they don't. >> they don't know what to do with it, b
surrounding the diego of pat tillman are getting louder. he was killed by friendly fire six years ago. jon kroc krakauer joins us later in the hour. finally i'll have personal thoughts about immigration and how america owes greatness to those who came to this country. andrea mitchell is chief foreign affairs correspondent and the host of andrea mitchell reports. david gregory is the moderator of "meet the press." are have got the a team for "hardball." andrea, i've been waiting to ask you this question. is it a coincidence the start of these talks is announced at the same time there's this assessment by the obama administration that an iranian threat to israel is not immin t imminent? you know so much has been said and written recently on that subject. >> everything is related, especially in the middle east. and it is not an accident. but i think the most important thing is the upcoming u.n. annual, the u.n. general assembly annual meeting. the fact that the president will be there, that president ahmadinejad from iran will be there. and it again would be a moment for people to say that n
yesterday. the last time he went to north korea he covered the nuclear program, you know? this time, jon meacham, he is bringing some americans home. >> he did. >> i am troubled they may smuggle in nuclear weapons in the suitcase when they come back. >> it's like a duty-free shop, you get a couple of hostages and you come home. >> it's a wash. >> he did a little bit less fan fare. he said carter is coming. >> you got a train to beijing? >> wow. >> if i get taken, please send willie. >> did you see jim vandehei yesterday? mika brzezinski tore the veneer off the carter presidency while he is turning us to hurn the heater down below 70. jimmy carter was cranking up the heater on camp david swimming pool. so he could swim in -- when snow on the ground, right? >> what i said is i thought everyone did that. snow on the ground. >> snow on the ground. >> about 6 inches. >> we will deal with our private pools. >> that's what they did up at camp david. >> a politico pool. >> steam rose from it. >> steam rose from it. the steam would rise and you would see at the end of the pool. >> no, no! we're n
's not criticizing hert opponent. as jon tells us she's taking aim at baltimore police commissioner. jon. >>reporter: pat claims fred her opponent evee while he's in uniform. it comes one week after campaign signs for bernstein were spotted in the commissioner fronttyard.. she calls that inappropriate. also laimm he's trying to recruit volunteers for bernstein campaign. radio talk show host taylor says he was approached by beallfeld and encouraged to meet with bernstein. she wants jointly selected fact find tore investigate a serious credibility issuu. >> the itizens expect the pooice commissioner to be frre and police commissioner to be truthful. >> frankly if there shouud be any independent investigation it should be about the ineffectiveness of the ssate% attorney office over the last 15 years. >>reporter: in a statement beallleld was not engaged in any prohibited activityy this is news at 5:30. >>> another very hot day in baltimooe 90's will continue. vytas in the sky watch wwather center with the forecast.. vytas? >>reporter:: it looks like definitely we continue to stty on
? >> offer of "newsweek" and jon meachem. editor and chief of u.s. news and world report, mort zuckerman. we could update these things once in a while. >> eight longer than it took to create the world. >> these next eight days will be seen as the golden days of public. >> you don't check on anything. >> we check. we check. >> let me go to mort zuckerman for a second. >> what about norah? >> norah is here as well. >> who am i? just, you know? just nobody. >> she is in washington. >> she is here. >> just nobody. >> in that fuschia. >> it's not fuschia today. you're still thinking about the fuschia from yesterday. he loved it. >> still thinking about the fuschia. mort zuckerman, it seems to me the republican republican, grover nor qist is saying the republican party has such an extraordinary opportunity to pick up 40, 45, 50 seats in the house. six, seven, eight in the senate. if they focus on economic issues. the economy down again yesterday. and, yet, they are distracted by birthers. they are distracted by this muslim nonsense. they are distracted by the so-called mosque at ground zero. why d
the fight go from here? we'll hear from both sides. senator jon kyl republican of arizona and thomas saenz head of the mexican-american legal defense and owed indication fund. then in the last week of what has been the deadliest month for americans in afghanistan, tens of thousands of war documents were rae leased by wikileaks. how much damage has been done? we'll ask admiral mike mullen, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and get some perspective from richard haas from the council on foreign relations. but first the fight over immigration on face the nation. captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, substituting for bob schieffer, anchor of the early show, harry smith. >> smith: good morning. republican senator jon kyl is a supporter of the arizona immigration law. he is in phoenix this morning. we thank you for joining us. >> thank you, harry. >> reporter: your governor in arizona has vowed to fight this court decision all the way to the supreme court. is it realistic to think that the arizona imm
by palin. and with the congressional elections now just 69 days away, we asked jon karl to join us tonight and tell us what signal yesterday's vote sent. good evening, jon. >> reporter: they are still counting votes in alaska, but already, sarah palin is calling it a miracle on ice. it could be the upset of the year. joe miller is a hard-line conservative and until now, a political unknown. but with almost all the votes counted, he's ahead of alaska senator lisa murkowski in the states republican primary. >> alaskans recognize that, look this is a heavy handed government, it put us down economically. >> reporter: miller is a lawyer and west point graduate with little political experience. sarah palin's endorsement put him on the political map. in stark contrast, murkowski has been one of the most powerful family names in alaska politics for decades. her father was former senator and governor. she's part of the gop senate leadership and raised more than ten times as much cash as miller. >> lisa murkowski. a proven record of defending alaska. >> reporter: she touted her experience and her cl
's hazing time by my producers. they're making me show you this. jon stewart decided to use me as the bud of the joke on how the media covers the primaries. he had a point. >> i need a theme or i can't follow this crap. i have to be honest. i'm freaking out. chuck todd, i gave you my beard. give me my theme. >> the one thing we learned is that the candidates that got the most votes won their primaries last night. >> so deep. >> my point is, there was no big theme. >> there you go. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] the ram 60-day handshake. that five-finger bond that communicates trust... honor... follow-through... and follow-up. it's a promise that says go ahead and buy a ram 1500 without a payment for 60 days. and if it doesn't do everything you ask it to do... bring it back. ♪ ram. ♪ yes! ♪ look, they fit! oh my gosh, are those the jeans from last year? how'd you do it? simple stuff... eating right...whole grain. whole grain? [ female announcer ] people who eat more whole grain tend to have healthier body weights. multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly swe
. >>> and tonight, a hearing into looking to change the united states constitution itself. jon kyl wants to consider altering the 14th amendment, which defines who gets to be a citizen. that means a child could be automatically granted legal citizenship. and some say that gives people incentive to come here illegally and have a kid. should there be a reward for their illegal behavior is one of the questions jon kyl asks? there is senator lindsay graham and mitch mcconnell, and russell pierce has been pushing for the change in law as well. they say the 14th amendment was never meant to apply to illegal immigrants, only meant to apply to african descendants of slaves. >>> now, it's true when the 14th amendment was ratified, there was not illegal immigration. it was not an issue until the early part of the 1900s. senator of pennsylvania was particularly curbed over chinese immigrants in california. quote, a flood of immigration of the mongral race is what he called it. >>> now, we try not to take political sides on this program, that's not our job. but we do care about facts. so whether you oppose or n
according to politifact. despite that, republican senator jon kyl, undaunted, is still going for it. this is this weekend. >> phoenix is a very large source of kidnapping. it's called the kidnapping capital of the united states. >> like it's too good of a talking point to stop using it even though it's not true. jon kyl distinguished himself by going to great detail about how awful illegal immigration has made crime in his home state of arizona, a state you would think he would care to know some factual things about. >> some of the border towns that were thought to be susceptible to law breaking of illegal immigrants, the crime is down. crime in phoenix is down significantly over the last couple of years. >> well, that's a -- that's a gross generalization. property crimes are up. certain violent crimes on certain parts of the citizenry are up. >> property crimes are up, violent crimes are up -- define up, senator kyl. let's take property crimes first. there were about 231,000 property crimes in the state of arizona last year, in 2009. that was down from the year before, which had ab
are secure? >> yes. first of all, jon kyl and very a 10-point plan if that is completed we can secure the borders. in israel they have secure borders. with surveillance and fences and people that's what we need down there. by the way, jon kyl and i, we are glad that more money was appropriated. but the failure of the homeland security people to fund the operation streamline which means someone who is a repeat crosser is incarcerateed before they are returned. it had great positive effect on people who are repeat crossers. i would be glad to address issues like a temporary worker program and others that are necessary. but first, we have to convince the american people that they are not gonna have to face another flood of people who come into our country illegally, if we act without having the border secure. >> greta: what do you make of the race up in alaska with senator murkowski and joe miller who it is next and neck? >> well, it is -- a testimony to the impact that sarah palin, despite attacks from the left has on the american political scene. i continue to admire and respect all he
to jon stewart. is he funny on purpose and good at it alan colmes is funny by accident and he is not good at it you notice that alan didn't answer your question which was do you -- he didn't really answer it, do you believe that america is guilty, has more blood on its hands than al qaeda as imam rauf said publicly. we all know that's not true. we all know the crazy claim that immawm rauf made about 500,000 iraqi babies starve to death because of america. it's not true. in a nation of 26 million like iraq, 500,000 infants starved to death there would be a missing generation. >> laura: the idea that once we learn more about what ms. khan and her husband obviously think about america, regardless of what you think about an islamic center anywhere, their views about america, how are they bridge builders? how is that going to bridge divide between muslims who still distrust the american way of life or american's intentions and the rest of the world or us? it doesn't foster anything except more stereotypes. that's my whole point. i learned a lot since december when i talked to daisy khan. i lik
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